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Another World Transcript Monday 12/15/03
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Proofread by Linda
Lisa: Good morning.
Jamie: Morning. What time is it?
Jamie: 11:30? Why did you let me sleep so late?
Lisa: Because it's your day off and you needed it and you looked adorable.
Jamie: Oh, that's fair enough. Oh, is that a new perfume?
Lisa: Eau de Croissant.
Jamie: Oh. Did you bake them yourself?
Lisa: I bought them myself.
Lisa: Sit down. There's raspberry preserves, and I've got coffee --
Jamie: Oh, now, what did I do to deserve such wonderful service?
Lisa: You moved in.
Jamie: Best decision I ever made.
Jamie: Yes. Really.
Lisa: I can't believe that you're going to be here every day.
Jamie: And every night, every morning.
Lisa: You know, breakfast is getting cold.
Jamie: Do we care?
Lisa: No, we don't care.
Jamie: Don't care.
[Knock on door]
Jamie: Whoever that is, we're not going to answer.
Rachel: Honey? It's mom.
Lisa: Unless it's your mom.
Felicia: Oh, what are you looking at?
Mitch: Shots of the debate.
Felicia: Ooh, they're great.
Mitch: Yeah, but I don't know which one to run with the article.
Felicia: Well, I think you have more to choose from. This just arrived from "brava."
Felicia: Ok? I have an awful lot to do today, you know.
Mitch: Where you going?
Mitch: Tops can wait.
Felicia: No, no, I really have a million things to do today, Mitch.
Mitch: No, no, no, just --
Felicia: Really, I really have to go.
Mitch: Have you been avoiding me this morning?
Felicia: No. Don't be silly. I'm just busy, that's all.
Mitch: You don't have anything to say?
Felicia: Have a nice day. Bye-bye.
Mitch: I ask you to marry me, and all you can say is "have a nice day"?
Cass: I hired you as my contractor because you said you were fast. I'm sorry, you know, your other jobs are just going to have to wait. This is an emergency. I know. I know we agreed on a later start date, but things have changed. I mean, the whole fashion show is on the line here. Oh, look -- all right, we're just going to have to forget the whole thing. I'm going to have to find another contractor. Goodbye.
Nicole: You fired the contractor?
Cass: Yeah, he said he couldn't start work until sometime next month.
Nicole: You know, that's what we agreed on.
Cass: Yeah, well, it's too late.
Nicole: Well, it was all right with you two weeks ago.
Cass: I want to start now.
Nicole: We have plenty of time till the show.
Cass: I want to be done early just in case.
Nicole: Thanks. In case of what?
Cass: Just in case.
Nicole: Oh, is that why you were so eager to please that fabric representative yesterday?
Cass: She had a lot of good product.
Nicole: Did she give you a swatch?
Cass: What are you talking about?
Nicole: I just find it a little embarrassing that you have to mix business and pleasure.
Cass: It doesn't hurt business to be pleasant.
Nicole: "Pleasant" does not mean sleeping with the supplier.
Nicole: I won't have it. Is that clear?
Cass: You think I slept with Hélène?
Nicole: Well, the two of you weren't giggling together over the chintz patterns.
Cass: Nicole, I didn't sleep with her, but even if I did, it's none of your business.
Nicole: You were at it upstairs. Now, that makes it my business.
Cass: You are way out of line.
Nicole: Personally, I don't care how you conduct your love life.
Cass: Oh, really?
Nicole: But you are not going to conduct it here.
Cass: I don't like being talked to like some errant schoolboy.
Nicole: Now, what happens if word gets around that you're seducing the saleswomen?
Cass: We get competitive rates.
Nicole: Cass, my reputation is on the line here.
Cass: So I flattered her a little. So, what's wrong with that?
Nicole: You should be concentrating on business, that's what's wrong with that.
Cass: What do you think that was all about yesterday?
Nicole: I told you what I thought it was all about.
Cass: Yeah, and I told you you were wrong. So why don't you just let me handle the business.
Nicole: Because I have a right to know what's going on around here.
Cass: Nothing's going on around here if you don't finish your collection.
Nicole: Oh, good -- pressure. Oh, that's all I need.
Cass: What's the matter with you?
Nicole: I'm crazed.
Cass: Oh, I hadn't noticed.
Nicole: Well, how would you feel if you only had six weeks to finish everything for that show in France?
Cass: How are you going to feel when you find out that you only have four weeks to finish everything -- if I can fix things.
Rachel: Oh -- I'm sorry. It's early.
Jamie: No, no, it's nearly noon.
Rachel: Yeah, well, I guess I came at a bad time.
Lisa: Don't be silly. Do you want some coffee?
Rachel: Yeah, sure, I'd love some.
Jamie: Sit down.
Rachel: Thanks. I'm afraid I have some bad news.
Jamie: Bad news? What is it?
Rachel: I told you it wasn't a sure thing, you know.
Jamie: You didn't get the farm?
Rachel: Right. Jason frame outbid me.
Jamie: I have never heard of anybody outbidding you, mom.
Rachel: Well, I had a top price. It was 190,000.
Jamie: And he bid more than that?
Rachel: He bid 200,000.
Lisa: That seams like an awful lot to pay for that place.
Rachel: Yeah, I thought so, too, but apparently Jason didn't.
Jamie: Well, I guess he wanted it a lot more than you thought, huh?
Rachel: I guess so.
Jamie: Well, he seems like a nice guy. If he wants it that bad, I'm glad he got it.
Rachel: He said he met you.
Jamie: Oh, yeah, yeah, over at Mary's the other day. We only talked for a few minutes.
Rachel: About what?
Jamie: Well, nothing in particular. But we're going to have him over here for dinner pretty soon.
Jamie: Well, he's my uncle.
Rachel: Jamie, you be careful of him.
Jamie: Now, why do you say that?
Rachel: Because he's not like your father. Well, I'm sorry about the farm.
Jamie: Well, you know, I wasn't ready to move, anyway.
Rachel: Yeah, you don't look it. Bye, Lisa.
Lisa: Bye, Rachel.
Rachel: I'll see myself out, it's all right.
Lisa: That's too bad about the farm.
Jamie: Well, I like being here. Now, where were we?
Jamie: No. No, no. Are you beeping?
Lisa: I'm not.
Jamie: Oh, I don't believe this. This can't be happening. Where -- where's my beeper?
Jamie: Oh, thanks. I can't -- on my only day off in I don't know how long -- this can't be happening. Hi. It's Dr. Frame. Oh, come on -- can't graham cover for me? All right, all right. Sorry.
Lisa: Are you going to be home for dinner?
Jamie: Yeah, I think so.
Lisa: Well, we'll eat and we'll listen to music and we'll sit by the fire.
Jamie: Don't say another word or I'll never get out of here.
Lisa: Here you go.
Jamie: Thanks. Hey -- have I told you how glad I am that I'm living here?
Jamie: Good. Just checking.
Mitch: Can you give me an answer?
Felicia: Actually, in order to give you an answer, I -- I need a question.
Mitch: I asked you to marry me.
Felicia: No. Wrong. You never actually asked.
Mitch: Sure, I did.
Felicia: No. No, you didn't. You said that you wanted me to marry you this year.
Mitch: That's right.
Felicia: Well, that's not a question. In fact, that's more like a statement.
Mitch: You're playing word games.
Felicia: I am?
Mitch: What do you want me to say?
Felicia: Well, I really can't put words into your mouth, as much as I would like to.
Mitch: You do know how I feel?
Felicia: Yes, I do.
Mitch: Well, can you give me any idea?
Felicia: About what?
Mitch: About what I asked you.
Felicia: Told me.
Mitch: Whatever. What was said on new year's eve. Have you thought about it?
Felicia: I -- I have really thought about nothing else.
Mitch: Any hints which way you're leaning?
Felicia: That's -- that's a question, isn't it?
Mitch: You want a question? I mean, you want a question? "A question," by Mitch Blake -- will you marry me?
Mitch: That was a question.
Felicia: I know. I know.
Mitch: Do you have an answer?
Felicia: Well, you know, it's difficult to give a yes or a no answer.
Mitch: No, it's not difficult. Only thing you do, you either say yes or you say no.
Felicia: You know, Mitch, I mean, things aren't that cut-and-dried. Why, there are so many things to consider, you know?
Mitch: Look, you either want to get married or you don't want to get married.
Felicia: Why do you want to get married?
Mitch: Why do I want to get married? Because I love you.
Felicia: Mitch --
Mitch: I don't want to lose you.
Felicia: Well, you know, being afraid of losing someone isn't really a good reason to get married.
Mitch: Ok, look, if you don't want to get married --
Felicia: No, no. No, no. I didn't say that. It's just -- well, I don't understand. I mean, I was just wondering, why now?
Mitch: Why now? Because the time is right. It's now. It's the reason why we should get married. It's -- the time is right.
Felicia: But I make you crazy. You know that.
Mitch: That's all right. I don't mind that. In fact, I'm getting used to it, and, in fact, I'm starting to like it.
Felicia: You are?
Mitch: Yes. I mean, I've always been attracted to crazy ladies.
Felicia: Ah -- like Rachel.
Mitch: Too crazy.
Felicia: Did you ever want to marry her?
Mitch: Part of the attraction was that I knew I would never have her.
Felicia: Hmm. So I'm sort of the easy type, huh?
Mitch: That's not what I'm saying. It was a no-win situation. A lot of it was my fault.
Mitch: Because somewhere, somehow, I knew that it wasn't going to work out, that somewhere down the line, I had an out. I admit I'm afraid. I have been afraid of making a life commitment.
Felicia: And you're not afraid anymore?
Mitch: Yes, I'm afraid, yes, I am scared, but not as much -- thanks to you.
Felicia: You are so sweet.
Mitch: Does that mean you'll marry me?
Felicia: Listen -- do you think that you could give me just a little bit more time about this?
Felicia: It's just that --
Mitch: It's ok. It's ok. Time.
Felicia: Mitch? I do love you.
Felicia: Felicia gallant, are you nuts, or what?
Jamie: Hi, Chad. I saw Dawn earlier. She looks good.
Chad: She's going to get better. Did you see this?
Jamie: Yes, I saw that.
Chad: It says here they're working on a new drug in Europe. It's showing good results in aids cases.
Jamie: That's in the experimental stage, Chad.
Chad: I want you to use this on Dawn.
Jamie: I can't do that.
Chad: Why not?
Jamie: This drug has not been approved by the F.D.A.
Chad: Forget the F.D.A. We'll take her to Europe.
Jamie: Chad, you don't want to put her through that. Nowhere here does it say this drug works.
Chad: Look, it says right here something about --
Jamie: It said that some of the aids patients tested have shown some results, ok? This is not a cure.
Chad: It's a step in the right direction. I'll try anything for her.
Jamie: Listen, you're not the one who has to try it, Chad. You don't know the side effects. That's why we have long and careful testing procedures. Cures take a long time.
Chad: Well, dawn doesn't have a long time!
Jamie: We're doing everything we can.
Chad: Will you stop saying that? How would you feel if it was your sister that's dying of aids, huh?
Jamie: As angry and as frustrated as you are, I'm sure.
Chad: Oh, you're sure? You couldn't care less. She's just another patient to you.
Jamie: That's not true.
Chad: Oh, no, it's not true, huh? You're giving me the runaround just like everybody else around this place. You don't know what you're doing, pal!
Jamie: I don't have all the answers, if that's what you mean.
Chad: No? Well, somebody does, and I'm going to find out who, no matter what it takes!
Jamie: Chad --
Chad: Shut up!
Vicky: What's the matter?
Vicky: Don't tell me it's the new living arrangements you have.
Jamie: Vicky, I have more important things to thing about. Excuse me.
Vicky: Ok, time for plan B.
John: Hey, Cass.
Cass: Hey. Oh, somebody's having a liquid lunch.
John: Stockbrokers. No wonder the market's such a mess. Carl? Carl?
Cass: I was expecting you to get back to us with a design for the cappuccino bar.
John: Well, I've only had a chance to work on it on my spare time. We've been real short-handed here.
Cass: How would you like to ditch this job completely and come to work for me full-time?
John: Carl? Carl? What do you want me to do, serve cappuccino?
Cass: No, construction. I need a whole crew.
John: Can I hire them?
Cass: Yeah, sure.
John: Great. I know a few guys who could use a few bucks.
Cass: Are you fast?
John: Well, that depends on how the money is. Carl, can you pick -- pick --
Cass: It'll be good.
John: Great. Listen, I'll talk later, after my shift, ok?
Cass: Ok, you're on.
John: Yeah. Excuse me.
Felicia: Hi, john. Hey, good looking.
Felicia: Oh. It's that bad, huh? I'll tell you what -- I'll tell you my troubles if you'll tell me yours.
Cass: Off the record?
Felicia: That means I can't tell Nicole, right?
Felicia: Well --
Cass: Come on.
Cass: You remember this guy, Jacques Duponier?
Felicia: Yeah, the Frenchman who wanted to show Nicole's collection in Monaco?
Cass: Yeah, well, the fashion show has been postponed two weeks -- scheduling problems.
Felicia: Well, why is that a problem? It gives you more time.
Cass: No, it doesn't.
Felicia: Honey, if it's postponed two weeks, that means it gives you more time.
Cass: Our show will come out after the Paris collections are presented.
Felicia: Oh. So the designers get a jump on Nicole?
Cass: So I got this idea, see?
Felicia: You're going to show Nicole's collection two weeks earlier.
Cass: Yeah. I found this great place in Monaco.
Felicia: Cass, are you sure that Nicole can meet that deadline?
Cass: Well --
Felicia: You haven't told her?
Cass: I swear, Felicia, you know what I'm doing before I even do it.
Felicia: It's a definite pattern in your case.
Felicia: Anything that is bizarre or crazy you're right in the middle of. Honey, you have to tell Nicole.
Cass: But she's been working like mad as it is. The pressure this will put on her --
Felicia: Cass, you have to tell her.
Cass: I'll tell her.
Cass: Ok. So, what's yours?
Felicia: What's my what?
Felicia: Mitch asked me to marry him.
Cass: You call that trouble?
Felicia: Yes. Well -- no. I --
Scott: Hi, Cheryl.
Cheryl: Hey, guys. Dawn, how you feeling?
Cheryl: You guys going someplace?
Scott: Uh --
Dawn: I think I want to talk to Cheryl.
Scott: Ok. I'll be upstairs.
Cheryl: Come on, talk to me. Would you stop? You don't have to do that. So, what is it?
Dawn: I would have talked to you sooner. It's just that, you know, everything's been kind of hectic --
Cheryl: Come on, talk to me. What's going on?
Dawn: I'm moving in with Scott.
Dawn: Well, it's not that I didn't want to live with you. It's just that I think it's probably better for your family if I wasn't living there.
Cheryl: But we loved having you, Dawn.
Dawn: Cheryl, I have aids. I know people can be afraid of that.
Cheryl: Pops and I aren't afraid.
Dawn: Still --
Cheryl: No, we talked about it, and it doesn't make any difference to us.
Dawn: You don't know how good that makes me feel.
Cheryl: We love you, dawn. Nothing is ever going to change that.
Dawn: Yeah, but people are afraid.
Cheryl: Look, if people don't want to be near you, we don't want to be near them. You got that?
Dawn: Cheryl -- oh. I still think it's for the best.
Cheryl: You're welcome to stay.
Dawn: Thanks. But I think I'd like to spend as much time with Scott as I can right now.
Cheryl: Yeah, well, I can understand that.
Dawn: He makes me feel so happy, and I feel so good right now, you know, that I think that maybe I can beat this.
Cheryl: I know he loves you a lot.
Dawn: Yeah, he's amazing. You know, he acts as though what I have doesn't make a difference to him.
Cheryl: It doesn't to me, either. Come here.
Jamie: I think we ought to continue the dosage for --
Vicky: Oh, hey. Hey, have I got great news.
Jamie: What is it now, Vicky?
Vicky: Well, a couple of people, Nathan, and I are all going to a u2 concert tonight.
Jamie: Have fun.
Vicky: Come along.
Jamie: I'm not in the mood, ok?
Vicky: Come on, Jamie, I'll put you in the mood.
Jamie: Not tonight, thanks.
Vicky: Come on!
Jamie: Vicky, I am not up for a concert, ok?
Vicky: Bad day?
Jamie: Not great.
Vicky: Jamie, remember all those pep talks you used to give me about how I should embrace life and have a great time?
Jamie: Looks like you took the advice very well --
Vicky: I sure did, because it's good advice. Now, you can't dwell on all the sadness around this place. Sometimes you just have to celebrate that you're alive.
Jamie: Not tonight, I don't.
Vicky: Jamie, remember the good time we had -- great time we had yelling out the window on new year's eve?
Jamie: Well, that was a crazy night.
Vicky: Yeah, it was crazy, and we had a blast. Now, you would have so much fun if you came with me tonight, so I have an extra ticket all ready for you.
Jamie: I can't. I have plans with Lisa tonight, ok?
Vicky: Ok. But you're missing out on a good night.
Jamie: I think I'm going to have a good night with Lisa, but thanks anyway.
Cass: So, when did Mitch pop the question?
Felicia: New year's eve, and he didn't really pop the question. He -- well, he sort of made a statement.
Cass: That sounds like Mitch.
Felicia: He really is very sweet, and, well, he finally did ask me, didn't he?
Cass: Oh, honey, this is great. This calls for a bottle of champagne. Carl?
Felicia: No. No, no. Wait, wait, please. I just haven't told anybody but you yet.
Cass: It sounds like you don't want to do it.
Felicia: I'm -- I'm a little scared.
Cass: Oh, honey, being scared of marriage is supposed to be the man's prerogative.
Felicia: Well, guess again.
Cass: I also thought that you and Mitch were crazy about each other.
Felicia: We are. I guess that's why all of this is so unexpected.
Cass: Well, I got a news bulletin for you -- people do sometimes get married when they're in love.
Felicia: Yeah, but they don't have to, do they?
Cass: He still wants the house and the sheepdog and the crabgrass?
Felicia: Well, I probably could talk him out of that.
Cass: Then what are you afraid of?
Felicia: I don't know. I -- this doesn't feel right in my mind yet.
Cass: Well, a relationship has to feel right, otherwise it's not going to work -- any kind of relationship.
Nicole: This will only take a minute.
John: Well, that's about all I've got.
Nicole: Well, how would you like to never serve a drink again?
John: Well, where have I heard that before?
Nicole: What? Never mind. Now, listen, how would you like to do all the general contracting on the salon?
John: Great, but I --
Nicole: There's the cappuccino bar and the upstairs salons --
John: Right, I already know about that.
Nicole: And you need a crew, but I'll have to wrestle Cass for the money. I'm sure --
John: He's already approved it.
John: Cass already hired me.
Nicole: Hi. He could have told me. Oh, well, at least we agree on something.
John: I'll start as soon as I can.
Nicole: Good. Now, if Cass gives you any trouble, you just see me.
John: I don't know why he should.
Nicole: Well, working for him is no picnic. He's stubborn, argumentative --
Cass: And pigheaded, and she doesn't give an inch when it comes to business.
Felicia: Honey, this is her business.
Cass: I funded it. And we agreed that I would handle the business end and she would handle the creative end.
Felicia: Cass, Cass, this is the fashion business. In the fashion business, there's no such thing as cut-and-dried.
Cass: Oh, tell me about it.
Felicia: I also think that Nicole feels maybe a little awkward.
Cass: She doesn't even try to understand my way of working. Take yesterday, for example. I'm trying to get this saleswoman to agree to send us some fabric, you know, overnight --
Felicia: Is that because of the show, the changing the dates?
Cass: Yeah. So, of course, I turn on the charm, and Nicole turns on me. She thinks I'm trying to get --
Nicole: A woman into the sack with him.
John: Are you sure?
Nicole: Well, no, but -- that's not the point. He should be making a commitment to the salon, not chasing women all over it.
John: Yeah, yeah, you got a point there.
Cass: I can't even look at a pretty woman without her making it her business.
Felicia: Are you looking at pretty women again?
Cass: Honey, the day I stop looking at women, bury me.
Felicia: Nicole is a woman, Cass.
Cass: That's different.
Felicia: Oh, come on. I mean, why don't you give Nicole a compliment once in a while. It wouldn't hurt. I mean, you of all people should know the value of charm.
John: Try to be nice to Cass.
Nicole: Oh, I do that and he'll really take advantage of me.
John: Oh, how do you know? Have you ever really tried?
Nicole: Well, no, but --
John: Well, then try, see what he does.
Nicole: Well, I don't see why I have to be first one --
John: All right, well, fine, get an ulcer.
Nicole: Ok. I'll try.
John: There you go.
Cass: Ok. I'll try.
Cass: Well, you're looking particularly gorgeous today, Nicole.
Nicole: Well, thank you. I just talked to john. He said you'd hired him to do the contracting.
Cass: Oh, well, if you'll let me explain --
Nicole: No, I think it's a great idea.
Cass: You do?
Cass: Oh, you do?
Nicole: Nice sweater.
Cass: Nice scarf. We are being awfully nice to each other, aren't we?
Cass and Nicole: Why?
Nicole: Do you want something?
Cass: No. Did you buy something?
Cass: So we just both decided to be nice to each other just like that?
Nicole: Well, why not?
Cass: Wait a minute, I'm always nice to you.
Nicole: What? What do you call -- wait. Oh, I'm sorry. You're right. It's been my fault we've been arguing.
Cass: No, I wouldn't go that -- no, it hasn't. I have been stubborn and insensitive.
Nicole: You sure have. But so have I. And I had no right to get angry at you for ogling that woman's legs.
Cass: Yeah, if want to ogle a woman's legs, I'll -- ogle yours. I mean, they're far superior, anyway.
Nicole: Oh. Well, thank you.
Cass: In fact, I kind of wish you had a skirt on today. So why don't we shake on a new relationship in business and as friends. Ok?
Nicole: You've got a deal.
Cass: We've tried this before --
Nicole: No, no, this time it's different. From now on, we work together on everything. No secrets, right?
Cass: Right. Right. Speaking of work, jeez, I got a ton. Can I drop you off at the salon?
Nicole: I've got my car.
Cass: Oh, well, I'll walk you down to the garage. I want your opinion on some renovations that I've been thinking about, ok?
John: Your coat.
Cass: Oh, thank you.
John: You're welcome. Five minutes ago, they're about to kill each other.
Felicia: Yeah. Maybe I should use my own advice about Mitch, huh?
John: What's that?
Felicia: Nothing. So, john, what do you think? Maybe we should go into the advice business?
John: Well, listen, Felicia, speaking of new businesses, I'm going into the contracting business.
John: Yeah. Cass and Nicole offered me a job working at the design center.
Felicia: Oh. In construction?
John: Yeah, yeah.
Felicia: Well, I'm -- I'm sure it'll be a lot more fun than bartending for you.
John: Well, the point I'm trying to make is that you and Wally hired me when I really needed a job. I want you to know that I'll never forget it.
Felicia: Oh, no, it's all right. Don't worry about us. We're fine.
Felicia: We'll miss you.
John: Well, I'll be back -- as a customer.
Felicia: Right. Now what am I supposed to do for a bartender? Thank you, Cass Winthrop.
Vicky: Hey, doc. Great news.
Jamie: Well, let me guess, let me guess. The concert's been canceled and peace will reign in bay city, right?
Vicky: Better than that. I have a ticket, and now Lisa can come with us.
Jamie: Well, Lisa's never been big on huge, rock-crazed crowds, so that's one less thing we have in common.
Vicky: It'll be fun, Jamie. Fun?
Jamie: Vicky, for the 80th time, no, ok?
Vicky: Well, what are you going to do, sit at home all night?
Jamie: Sounds wonderful to me.
Vicky: Doesn't it get a little cramped, the two of you in that apartment?
Jamie: Well, we don't seem to mind.
Vicky: Well, I mean, I can't imagine that it's big enough for both of you.
Jamie: Well, we were going to buy a farm, but uncle Jason outbid us.
Vicky: Oh. Well, that's too bad.
Nathan: Hey, are you ready?
Vicky: Oh, am I ever, Nathan.
Nathan: Jamie, you coming?
Jamie: I got to pass. Aren't you leaving kind of early?
Nathan: No. The traffic is going to be brutal at the armory.
Vicky: Yeah. Now, this is your last chance, Jamie. You sure you don't want to come?
Jamie: Read my lips -- no.
Vicky: It's your loss. Come on. Bye.
Jamie: Somehow I don't think so.
Dawn: "Dawn." "Dawn, went to the market. Be right back. Relax, I'm cooking tonight. I love you. Scott."
[Dawn plays piano]
Scott: My name is Scott LaSalle.
Dawn: You must think that I am crazy, pretending that I'm in Venice, right?
Scott: I think -- I think it's nice that you can see your dreams as clearly as you do.
Dawn: Well, I think it would be a dream come true to go to Venice.
Scott: Then you will because I'll take you there.
Dawn: But you've already seen it.
Scott: I'd like to see it again with you.
Dawn: You don't want to talk anymore, do you?
Scott: There's time.
Scott: You were fantastic!
Dawn: I was because you were there! I mean, I didn't think I was going to get a note out, and then I saw you and it just went away.
Scott: I love those songs. Especially that last one.
Dawn: I picked that one partly for you.
Scott: And partly for you?
Scott: Hey, what's the matter? Hmm?
Dawn: I don't want to leave you.
Wally: Hi. John quit?
Felicia: That's right. You're going to have to fill in behind the bar until we can find another bartender.
Felicia: And I don't want to hear any arguments from you, either, Wally.
Wally: I don't mind.
Felicia: I mean, it's bad enough John just walked out the way he walked out of here, and I don't need to hear it from you and how upset you are.
Wally: Felicia, I said I don't mind. What's eating at you?
Felicia: I just don't understand -- I'm just so tired of trying to tell everybody else what to do. Why does everyone come to me thinking I have all these answers?
Wally: Well, probably because you always have the most to say.
Felicia: Well, I don't have the right thing to say about this one.
Wally: About hiring a bartender?
Felicia: About marrying Mitch.
Wally: Oh, he did ask you to marry him?
Felicia: Yeah, he did new year's eve, again today.
Wally: He had to ask you twice?
Felicia: Yeah. Unbelievable, isn't it? I know.
Wally: You don't want to?
Felicia: Oh, I don't know. I mean, everything is going along just fine, isn't it?
Wally: Right. So don't get married.
Felicia: But then, on the other hand, marriage is kind of nice, isn't it?
Felicia: Write what?
Wally: The pros and cons of getting married. That's what I do when I can't make up my mind.
Felicia: Ok. Ok. I can do that. "Pros --" no. No, no. Let's start with "cons," ok? Move this thing. All right, cons. All right, now -- um -- lack of privacy.
Wally: Right. You only have one bathroom.
Felicia: That's true. And I love my place. I'd have to get another apartment. loss of romance.
Wally: Now, how do you figure that?
Felicia: Seeing each other every day, knowing you're going to see each other every night?
Wally: Well, Felicia, you're practically do the way it is.
Felicia: This is different. All right? Uh -- fights over money, always.
Wally: Don't be ridiculous, Felicia. You're loaded with money.
Felicia: I am, but Mitch is just starting out with his career, remember?
Wally: That hasn't made a difference so far.
Felicia: That's another thing, you know? Marriage changes things. I mean, you know, it's easy to put up with things if you think that they're not going to last forever. But marriage -- marriage is forever.
Wally: Boy, am I depressed.
Felicia: You know what? I'm going to go to my suite. I'm going to see if I can figure out some reasons why I should get married.
Mitch: Can I help you?
Jamie: Home, sweet home.
Lisa: You tired?
Jamie: Not in the least. Thank you.
Lisa: Hey, look.
Lisa: Hey, that's Vicky.
Lisa: On TV.
Jamie: I don't believe this. She asked us to come to that concert with her tonight.
Lisa: She did?
Jamie: Yeah. I told her forget it. I wanted to be here with you.
Lisa: Shh. What's she saying?
Reporter: This concert?
Vicky: Oh, I think it's going to be great, terrific! You know, anybody that misses this concert is out of their mind! Whoo!
Jamie: She is out of her mind.
Reporter: And there you have it. Live from the armory. Back to you, Chuck.
Jamie: I'd rather be live from my own living room.
Cass: If that's what you want to do, it's all right with me.
Nicole: It is?
Cass: Sure. Why not?
Nicole: Well, it might go a little over budget.
Cass: Uh -- just, you know, do the best you can.
Nicole: I can't believe this. You know, three hours have gone by and we haven't even had one argument.
Cass: There's no reason why we can't agree on things. Why don't you get back to your designs.
Nicole: Well, I was going to go look at that cappuccino machine we discussed.
Cass: Oh, cappuccino can wait. You've got a show to do.
Nicole: I've got six weeks left.
Cass: You might not.
Nicole: That's when the show is.
Cass: Look, still -- still, wouldn't it be better if everything is finished early?
[Knock on door]
Man: Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love?
Nicole: I'm Nicole Love.
Man: Your airline tickets.
Nicole: Oh, great.
Man: There you go.
Nicole: Thank you.
Nicole: Tips are business.
Cass: Oh, tips, yeah. Business. Ok. Here you go.
Man: Thank you.
Cass: That will get you rich quick. See you.
Nicole: I wonder why the travel agency sent these tickets over so early.
Cass: I ordered them. I'll put them in the office.
Nicole: No, wait, wait, wait. Why you rushing things here? Wait a minute.
Cass: I can hold on to those, Nicole.
Nicole: Wait, the dates are wrong.
Cass: No, they're not.
Nicole: No, but now the departure is two weeks earlier.
Cass: Yeah, well, so is the fashion show.
Nicole: No, it's not. Oh. What have you done now?
Scott: There we go. How's that?
Dawn: Now it's home.
Scott: Well, it's not a real big home.
Dawn: I've got everything I want.
Scott: What you said before about leaving --
Dawn: No, it's just that sometimes it hits me, that's all. I'm fine, ok?
Scott: If you're scared, talk to me about it. That's why I wanted you to live here. I want you to know I'm always around. Ok?
Dawn: Are you afraid?
Scott: Of what?
Dawn: Me. My having aids.
Dawn: You can tell me the truth.
Scott: Dawn, I am not afraid. Ok?
Dawn: I mean, lots of people are afraid. I can understand if you're afraid --
Scott: People are afraid of things that they don't know. If they knew more about the disease, they'd realize that you can't catch it just by being around someone who has it.
Dawn: I think that we came so close to make love --
Scott: Stop it, don't talk about it.
Dawn: No, it's not right. You should be with someone that you can really love.
Scott: I am with someone that I really love. I love being with you. I love talking with you. And I love holding you. And I'm not giving this up.
Dawn: You deserve more.
Scott: I have everything that I want. And I'm never letting you go.
Lisa: Tell me something, tell me the truth.
Lisa: Wouldn't you rather have gone to that concert tonight?
Jamie: You must be kidding.
Lisa: Well, it would have been fun, more exciting than just sitting around here.
Jamie: Who said we were just going to sit around here, huh? Hmm?
Lisa: I'm glad you're here tonight.
Jamie: Good, because I plan on being here for many nights to come.
Lisa: I know.
Jamie: What, have you been looking in your crystal ball again?
Lisa: Do you know what I see?
Jamie: You want to know what I see? I see you and I for a long, long time to come.
Felicia: Maybe it's silly to make up this list.
Mitch: It's not silly because if you have all the good reasons why we should get married right in front of you written down, maybe you'll give me an answer.
Felicia: All right. All right. "Good reasons to get married." All right. "One --" what?
Mitch: Emotional support.
Mitch: Means if you get upset, you get a bit crazy, then who's there? Me. What else?
Felicia: But you're there now.
Mitch: Yes, but I'll always be there.
Felicia: Oh. Ok, that's nice. All right, what else? Hmm?
Mitch: Why don't you think of something.
Felicia: Ok. Um -- knowing that someone has made a real commitment to you.
Mitch: Right, and that person in turn has made a commitment to you.
Felicia: Right. "Security," right?
Mitch: Someone is always there for you.
Mitch: What else?
Felicia: Hmm -- someone to warm the bed at night?
Mitch: Mm-hmm. That's one of the best ones. In fact, this list is getting better all the time.
Felicia: You like that? I figured you might. But, you know, it's not as long as our cons list.
Mitch: Don't worry about this list. This list -- this list is gone. It doesn't matter.
Felicia: No, no. Mitch, don't do that, really. I mean, we have to be realistic about this. Come on.
Mitch: Realism can wait.
Felicia: No, Mitch, come on. Now, listen to me, really, please?
Mitch: I do listen. I'm a good listener -- another good reason.
Felicia: Mitch, I'm scared about this.
Mitch: I'm not. Another good reason.
Cass: So I had to move up the date of our show in order to beat the Paris collections.
Nicole: Oh, this isn't happening. No, I'm having a nightmare.
Cass: You can finish the designs in time.
Nicole: I'm going to wake up and everything's going to be the same, except you will be gone.
Cass: This could mean real success for you, Nicole, the kind of success you've been waiting for.
Nicole: No, no, no, I'll tell you what it means. It means a nervous breakdown. It means a sanitarium in Switzerland. It means weaving baskets for the rest of my life.
Cass: Hey, you can meet the deadline.
Nicole: Why didn't you tell me what you did?
Cass: Because I knew it would make you crazy.
Nicole: Well, you're right.
Cass: Listen, at the rate you've been working, you'll be finished two weeks early, anyway.
Nicole: Oh, yeah? How do you know that?
Cass: Because I know you. You have too much energy and too much drive to wait until the last minute.
Nicole: What do you call this?
Cass: I call this beating the competition. This will give us a jump on the Paris shows. Don't you see? This will give us some extra time to flood the media, to take in extra orders, to put the Nicole love salon at the top where it belongs.
Nicole: You really care, don't you?
Cass: About the salon?
Nicole: Well -- yeah.
Cass: Of course I care. Why do you think I've been busting my tail the past few weeks?
Nicole: Oh, Cass, we don't have very much time.
Cass: We can do this if we work together.
Nicole: Ok. Together.
Cass: Good. Come on.
Nicole: Oh, we've got a lot to do.
Cass: We got a lot to do. We have a lot of rescheduling to do. That's why I was going crazy with the stupid contractors.
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